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LG GW620 Android Phone

LG’s making one of those Android OS phone too. Earlier codenamed as LG Etna, the LG GW620 handset has a resistive touchscreen and a full qwerty keyboard that slides out from the bottom.

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Specs of LG GW620:
3.0″ display screen @ 320×480 pixels
up to 16GB on microSD
3G/HSDPA 7.2Mbps
WiFi 802.11 b/g
Blueooth 2.0 with A2DP
5MP autofocus camera @ 2560 x 1920 pixels
FM Tuner
GPS with AGPS support

No word on suggested retail price or release date in Asia but it’s good to see a lot of handset manufacturers getting the Android OS into their mobile phones.

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20 Responses

  1. Been happy with my viewty for over a year now except for some batteries issues.

    So if ever LG let’s this out for a good enough price, i’ll definitely get this one over other phones.

  2. Lexi says:

    I’d WANT an iPhone over LG anytime. This phone looks like an HTC-hybrid-XDA to me.


  3. more and more android phones still less android apps

  4. jscolendres says:

    any sliding phone is a turn off to me. Learned it the hard way a few times.

  5. You guys can view these phones at the new Cyberzone LG store at SM North Edsa… Just fyi in case you need to scope further.



  6. Thanks for the information. This is a well designed phone. Features are also nice. Qwerty keyboard makes typing easy. It is easy to operate and performance-wise, its good.

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  8. Bentuz says:

    How much is it?? :D

  9. shinji says:

    Kelan po ang official release dito sa pinas. December na bakit wala pa rin?

  10. i consider it was a bit rushed, and overlooked some features that not many people discuss about. Everyone is aware of that almost all new smartphones have internet, so why show that basic operate at its bear minimum. Scroll up scroll down zoom in zoom out. Really? which new cellphone doesnt do that? How bout speak about how the textual content rearranges itsself. Additionally the texting, very poor review. Why didnt you point out you can use the mic and text with your voice? Overlooked ALOT of different extra vital options

  11. svetlana says:

    i’m looking for a new phone that is wi-fi accessible. is it a good phone? I’ve never used an LG before, would it be wise to use this model? tnx

  12. Maricar says:

    Anybody know how to upgrade this to v1.6 or higher?

  13. Jackleen says:

    Does anybody has any idea how much this phone cost?

  14. Maricar says:

    We bought ours for £249.99 over at Expansys plus about 2K for custom duties.

    Sadly walang v1.5 lang siya until now.

  15. Mimi says:

    I have the GW620 android. I’m trying to connect the internet with my pre-paid sim card, however it is not going smoothly as I cannot find the option on the phone to do so (internet connection option does not show up). Anyone please help me out?! Thank you!

  16. Mela says:

    Hey Mimi, where did you get your GW620?
    Available na po ba ‘to dito sa Pinas?

    Thanks! :-)

  17. Harish Shah says:

    I just bought this phone from mnvcollections.com and I totally love it!
    A lot of people said the LG GW620’s battery has some issues. But I figured that if you have the right software for the battery then you are good to go.
    And I have even used the LG GW620 as a Torch recently and it works like a breeze.
    So if you like Android-based phones then you should buy the LG GW620.

  18. alfred says:

    saan kaya makakabili ng screen ng Gw620f nasira kasi screen ko maganda pa naman xa gamitin tska mabilis din ang internet nya :)

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